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Goetschy and Stottlemyer Transition to New GreenStone Offices
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Goetschy has joined GreenStone’s Corunna, Michigan, branch in the role of financial services officer, while Stottlemyer will move to the organization’s St. Johns branch in the role of crop insurance specialist.



Goetschy and Stottlemyer Transition to New GreenStone Offices


Staff transitions are underway in two local GreenStone Farm Credit Offices. Nikki Goetschy and Amy Stottlemyer, both existing GreenStone employees, are relocating to new branch offices to better serve the needs of the organization’s expanding customer base.

Goetschy has joined GreenStone’s Corunna, Michigan, branch in the role of financial services officer, while Stottlemyer will move to the organization’s St. Johns branch in the role of crop insurance specialist.

Goetschy will focus on serving Shiawassee County customers with their country home and vacant land financing needs, including: home site purchases and home construction projects, as well as recreational land loans. Stottlemyer will assist current and new GreenStone customers with their crop insurance needs in Clinton County.

“The experience Nikki and Amy already have servicing GreenStone customers will help make their respective transitions seamless, and allow them to begin building relationships with new and existing customers right away,” said GreenStone’s regional vice president for sales and customer relations, John Pohl. “Both Nikki and Amy bring a wealth of knowledge to their roles and their impact will be felt immediately.”

A Shiawassee County resident, Goetschy originally joined GreenStone’s St. Johns branch in 2010 where she worked as a crop insurance specialist. Prior to coming to GreenStone, she earned a Bachelor of Science degree from Michigan State University (MSU). Goetschy is an avid runner and enjoys spending time outdoors with her husband, Adam, and their two children.

Stottlemyer joined GreenStone’s Charlotte office in 2012 in this same role of crop insurance specialist, servicing Charlotte and Ionia area customers. Prior to her time at GreenStone, she earned a Bachelor of Science degree from MSU before earning a Master’s degree from Troy University. Stottlemyer is a resident of Clinton County, where she lives with her husband, James, a Captain in the United States Army.